Common English expressions – I always do and I’m always doing


I always do and I’m always doing
I always do (something) = I do it every time
I always ride my bike to work.” = every time I go to work I go by bicycle
I’m always doing (something) = I do something very often, more often than usual or too often. This has more of a negative meaning.
“I can’t find my car keys! I’m always losing things.” = I lose things very often, I lose things too much!
More EXAMPLES:
“In the spring time it often rains suddenly so I always carry a small umbrella when I go out.”

Mike always have 2 cups of coffee with his breakfast. How about you?”

Jim is always sleeping on the couch, it’s not good for his back!”

“You are never happy with anything. You’re always complaining.”

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